The most common indoor air pollutants are combustion products, biological particles from mold, pet dander, pollen, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), lead dust and asbestos

By breathing cleaner air, the World Health Organization states that you can reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory diseases such as asthma.

The impact that cleaner air has on health has streamlined an array of products on the market designed to clean and remove harmful materials from the air.

Being exposed to these pollutants can cause allergies, asthma attacks or other negative health issues

Products such as UV lighting systems, air scrubbers, air filters and blower wheels can make all the difference.
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  • Do You Want To Give The Gift Of Clean Air To Your Family?

    Staff|21 February 2020

    Think about all the good things you wish upon your loved ones…we’re pretty sure health is high on that list. Given the collective growth of health consciousness over the years, we’ve all tried our best to maintain healthy diets, get enough sleep, and exercise regularly. Despite our best efforts to stay healthy, we often overlook the things that we cannot see and those things can have an impact on our health. What’s worse is that you won’t even see it coming! The air we breathe, for example, is one of those things. When we breathe in tiny, unseen pollutants we are at risk because they pass through our lung tissue and flow into our blood stream while circulating in our bodies and staying there. Scary, huh?

    The most common indoor air pollutants are combustion products, biological particles from mold, pet dander, pollen, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), lead dust and asbestos. Indoor air may also contain over 900 different types of gaseous chemicals and particulate matter smaller than 2.5 microns (PM2.5), according to The European Commission Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks. Being exposed to these pollutants can cause allergies, asthma attacks or other negative health issues. The good news here is that indoor air pollution is one risk you can do something about.

    Studies have shown that breathing clean air can contribute to your health and well-being.

    By breathing cleaner air, the World Health Organization states that you can reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory diseases such as asthma. The impact that cleaner air has on health has streamlined an array of products on the market designed to clean and remove harmful materials from the air. Products such as UV lighting systems, air scrubbers, air filters and blower wheels can make all the difference. Check out our current promotions below!

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    While some risks are simply unavoidable, there are some risks which we can avoid if we had the opportunity to make informed choices. We hope with this article, we’ve provided you with the information necessary to make the right choices for not only your health, but also the health of your loved ones. Trust the experts at Palm Air to provide you and your family with the gift of cleaner, colder, more comfortable air. Give us a call at (561) 922-3199 to learn more.

     

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